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A resident called Englewood Police about 1:50 a.m. Aug. 8 to report someone breaking into cars along the 3400 block of South Broadway. When officers arrived, a 23-year-old man told them he saw two men he didn't know, a 22-year-old and a … more
The Englewood Recreation Center at 1155 W. Oxford Ave. will be closed from Aug. 24 through Aug. 31 for annual maintenance and will remain closed Sept. 1 in observance of Labor Day. During the closure, crews will be doing extensive maintenance … more
“The Goonies” will be shown for free at approximately 8:30 p.m. Aug. 23 at Sheridan Community Park, 3375 W. Oxford Ave. Presented by Sheridan Celebrates, the event will begin at 7 p.m. Those planning to attend are invited to bring picnic … more
The Regional Transportation District is inviting district residents and RTD users to voice their opinions on what the district's future fare structure will look like. There will be six fare-study meetings held in late August. There will be … more
Patty Hanrahan, assistant superintendent of Englewood Schools, is pleased with the district's improvement in reading, as reported in the recently release TCAP results. “We have seen overall growth in reading at most grade levels,” she said. … more
The main star of the show is the brick pit smoker, said Dana Rosenberg, owner of a new family-owned barbecue restaurant opening in Centennial. Burt's Smokehouse BBQ, 7470 S. University Blvd., will hold its grand opening celebration from 11 a.m. … more
Colorado's first-ever statewide mental-health crisis hotline went live on Aug. 12, an effort that state leaders hope will save lives. The 24/7 Colorado Crisis and Support Line was born from legislation aimed at curbing mental health-related … more
Alamo Drafthouse Littleton will screen three films from Robin Williams' canon of work to pay tribute to the actor and benefit the University of Colorado Depression Center, which provides treatment for people with depression, bipolar disorder and … more
A law that temporarily prohibits lottery tickets from being sold online took effect earlier this month. The law was a response to a 2011 decision by the U.S. Department of Justice that opened the door for states to allow lottery ticket sales over … more
An effort to require school boards to open up collective bargaining negotiations to the public has earned a place on the November ballot. The Secretary of State's Office confirmed Aug. 13 that Initiative 124 earned enough valid petition … more
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